the term that is applied to a title that is set up in opposition to another title.
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This term is applied to a trust that arises from the result of a law that will enforce it being created.
the term applied to an appeals court with 3 judges sitting on one case.
the term given to evidence that does not favour either party and is offered by a disinterested party.
This relates to ownership of property that is seen as sufficient under the law that is different from title recognised under equity rules.
an agreement of a grand jury with a prosecuting attorney that an indictment needs to be made against the accused person. “true bill” is stamped on the document.
the term that is applied to the seas that extend from the coast of a state that it has a jurisdiction over.
a trial with an impartial judge and jury where all of the evidence is heard before a verdict is reached.
a medical term where a person is placed in a hospital to monitor his mental and physical actions to determine if he is competent.
See totten trust.
a controversy over working conditions and wages that is between the employees and the employer.
the lien or the mortgage that is used to secure the purchase price of a property.
a principle that states a person is guilty of a crime if he has injured or attacked a person he hasn’t meant to harm.
This term applies to the title that does not give a total and complete right to ownership of property.
a trust that comes into being resulting from the intention to create a trust as a matter of law.
a term used for an area that a government has authority over.
the name for evidence that results from the illegal conduct of an official and is inadmissible under the 14th amendment.
These are the items that belong to a person and can be moved from place to place with them.
the term applied to the disposing of property as a gift after the person making the will has died.
where a case is switched from the jurisdiction of one court to another court.
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